Return to Campus


Grades K-12
We are thrilled to welcome you back to school for the 2021-22 school year! We continue to remain in constant contact with the Los Angeles Department of Public Health and to monitor both the CDC guidelines and the latest research about the pandemic. We are mindful of the ever-changing landscape, including the Delta variant, and are confident that our carefully considered protocols will help us maintain a healthy and safe campus, as they did in the spring.

We will fully reopen campus on Tuesday, August 31 for elementary school students and Thursday, September 2 for secondary school students. Elementary school will resume before-school care starting at 7:30 am and after-school care until 5:30 pm.

Back-to-School Basics

  • Students will return to school wearing school uniforms. Please check the website for details and suggested vendors:
  • Students may bring their lunch to school. Elementary students have the option to pre-order from Fresh Lunches. 
  • The student store will be open for food purchases with social distancing guidelines in place.
  • Water bottle filling stations will be available across campus.
  • Please be sure that students pack an extra mask.

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    • A daily morning symptom screening must be completed for each student prior to their campus arrival using the Magnus app and the green “Go” screen must be shown at the security booth. The Magnus Mobile app (titled "Magnus Mobile (v2)" in the Apple App Store and "Magnus Health" in Google Play) integrates with the Magnus Health information system which we use for the collection of all student health information. Families will use the same login credentials supplied for submitting student health forms. If you have not already downloaded the free Magnus Mobile V2 app, it can be found in the major app store platforms.
    • If students are experiencing any symptoms of illness, they should not come to campus. The CDC has listed these symptom(s) as a possible indicator of COVID-19 infection. A student with symptoms of COVID-19 infection will be advised not to return for in-person instruction until they have met CDPH criteria to return to school:
    • At least 24 hours have passed since resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications; AND other symptoms have improved; AND they have either:
      • a negative PCR test (not antigen) for SARS-CoV-2, OR
      • a healthcare provider has provided documentation that the symptoms are typical of their underlying chronic condition (e.g., allergies or asthma); OR
      • a healthcare provider has provided documentation of a confirmed alternative named diagnosis (e.g.,, ear infection, etc.), OR
      • at least 10 days have passed since symptom onset.

    • All individuals are required to wear masks that cover the mouth and nose on campus (indoors and outdoors) regardless of vaccination status, except when eating or drinking.
    • All eating and drinking must take place outside and physically distanced from others.
    • Per state-issued guidance, individuals will not be required to maintain physical distance in the classroom.
    • We will not be able to accommodate parents on campus at this time (except for drop-off and pick-up, Parents’ Association Executive Committee members, and after-school athletic spectators). Parents will be required to stay in their vehicles for drop-off and pick-up. Parent programming will be offered virtually.
    • We will not be meeting in large groups. Chapel and other programming that requires large group gatherings will be conducted virtually on campus. Handwashing stations are available throughout campus. Hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes are available in each classroom.
    • All HVAC filters have been upgraded to MERV-13 rating and systems will be set to maximize fresh air ventilation. Classroom and building doors and windows will remain open whenever possible to provide fresh air flow.
    • Each classroom will be cleaned and disinfected every evening. High-touch surfaces and restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected throughout the day. Areas needing special attention will be cleaned with electrostatic disinfectant spray and/or a UVC lighting system.
    • While we are not currently offering hybrid learning as we did in the spring, we will continue to monitor the COVID-19 case rate on campus and in our community. Should we experience an outbreak on campus or be directed by the county to quarantine groups of students, we will offer remote learning for a whole class, grade, or division as needed. Please review your family plans to facilitate student learning at home in that unlikely but possible scenario. If you have any questions or concerns about on-campus learning, please contact your division principal.

    • We will conduct WEEKLY POOLED COVID-19 TESTING ON CAMPUS for students, faculty, and staff, regardless of vaccination status: Thursday, September 9 and then Tuesdays, starting September 14.
    • NEW FAMILIES: If a parent has not yet signed an authorization form for on-campus testing, please do so here. Should your child miss weekly on-campus testing, outside PCR (not antigen) test results must be submitted to the week of testing, no later than Fridays by 12:00 pm.

    • As of Monday, August 23, 2021 the Pfizer COVID vaccine was fully approved by the FDA. We are now requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all eligible individuals, including students 16 and older, faculty, and staff. 
    • Individuals, 16 or older, who have not yet been vaccinated must have received their first dose of the vaccine by Wednesday, September 8 and upload their vaccine card to Magnus Health.
    • Fully vaccinated students, faculty, and staff must upload a photo of their vaccine card (with both vaccination dates) to Magnus Health through the myCH portal by Monday, August 30. If you have difficulty uploading the vaccination card, you can send the photo of the card directly to
    Please note: uploading vaccine records from a desktop or laptop device is the best way to upload the document (rather than via the Magnus Health app).

    To upload your student’s COVID-19 vaccine record on a DESKTOP:

    • Log into Magnus Health through myCH from a desktop or laptop device
    • Click on the orange “complete now” button
    • Scroll down to the immunization requirement. If you have a returning student, click “edit.” If you have a new student click “fill it out.”
    • From here press “yes, continue” > “yes, submit” > “upload” > “choose file” > “upload file”

    To upload your COVID-19 vaccine record using the Magnus Health App:
    • Take a photo of your student’s COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card
    • Log into the Magnus Mobile V2 app on your smartphone
    • Click on your student’s name
    • Click the “Student Health Tracker” tile
    • Click on the “Immunizations” requirement
    • Click “add files” press “continue” and select “add file” 
    • Upload a photo of your immunization card from your photo library by selecting the photo and click “add”
    • Select the file uploaded and press the orange “submit” button
    • You will see a “saved successfully” prompt once it has been submitted

    For individuals who are unable to be vaccinated due to a medical condition, please contact the Campbell Hall Health Center immediately at

    • The Health Center has been expanded and redesigned into distinct spaces in order to ensure the separation of healthy individuals from those ill: triage, healthy treatment, illness treatment, and isolation.
    • The Health Center staff includes a Registered Nurse, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and an EMT who are available daily for health assessment and treatment, as well as assistance with COVID-19 testing referrals and contact tracing.
    • If the School is notified of a positive COVID-19 case on campus or at a School event, the School’s COVID-19 Compliance Team will be notified. The Compliance Team will coordinate with the Los Angeles Department of Public Health (LADPH) and will follow the LADPH COVID-19 Exposure Management Guidance for K-12 Schools. For more details, click here.

    Per LADPH, these are current guidelines for those who travel outside of California and are subject to change.
    • UNVACCINATED individuals must receive a negative PCR test 3–5 days after domestic or international travel AND quarantine for 7 days. If they are not tested, they must self-quarantine for 10 days.
    • VACCINATED individuals should receive a negative PCR test 3–5 days after international travel only.
    • Please submit test results to
    • For more information click here.

    • Bus service is available for all K-12 students. Click here for more details on routes and schedules and to register.
    • Masks must be worn on the bus at all times (absolutely no eating or drinking permitted).
    • There will be assigned seating on each bus, based on stop location (siblings will be seated together).
    • Windows will be open, rain or shine, to promote air flow throughout the bus.

    Health and Safety
    Director of Health Center: Kelly Moulton

    Elementary School Principal: Robin Frank
    Middle School Principal, Associate Head: Marina Kheel, Ed.D.
    High School Principal: Carolyn LaGaly

    Director of Operations: Pamela Hopson Connor

    General Questions

Upload Your Student's COVID-19 Vaccine Record

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    • Log into Magnus Health through myCH from a desktop or laptop device
    • Click on the orange “complete now” button
    • Scroll down to the immunization requirement. If you have a returning student, click “edit.” If you have a new student click “fill it out.”
    • From here press “yes, continue” > “yes, submit” > “upload” > “choose file” > “upload file”

    Please note: using a desktop or laptop device is the best way to upload vaccine records (rather than via the Magnus Health app).

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Campbell Hall has over 30 professionals in our community on 7 teams meeting weekly. Our goal is to have a series of plans for the start of the school year, which will be communicated mid-summer.

Teaching and Learning

Marina Kheel

How can we design a schedule to reopen school in both online and in-person modalities? What faculty professional development will maximize teaching and learning?

Health and Safety

Kelly Moulton

How can we design the best safety and well-being protocols for all community members?


Pamela Hopson

How can we re-design classroom spaces to allow for physical distancing protocols? How can we ensure our campus meets health and hygiene standards?


Michael Metelski

How can we use technology to deliver the best education in both online and in-person modalities?

Finance / Human Resources

Rebecca Rowland

What is the budgetary impact of added safety measures and protocols for reopening school? What policies, procedures, and contracts need to be updated to reflect the reopening of school?

Student Life

Carolyn LaGaly and Robin Frank

How can we design extra-curricular experiences, chapel, clubs, advisory, and student activities in both online and in-person modalities?

Community Life

Sarah Huss

How can we support the social emotional lives of students and parents?


Campbell Hall has created the School Reopening Task Force to plan for a return to campus.

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  • Megan Adell

    Performing Arts Department Director

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  • The Rev. Canon Julian Bull

    Head of School

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  • Daphne Carr

    Associate Director of Advancement

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  • Robin Frank

    Elementary School Principal

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  • Alex Grane

    Parents’ Association President

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  • Vanita Harbour

    Administrative Coordinator for Community Engagement

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  • Toya Holiday

    Elementary School Athletics Director, Co-Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice

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  • Pamela Hopson

    Director of Operations

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  • Sarah Huss

    Director of Human Development & Parent Education, Co-Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice

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  • Kurt Johnson

    Director of Advancement

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  • Marina Kheel

    Associate Head, Middle School Principal

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  • Carolyn LaGaly

    High School Principal

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  • Fred McNutt

    Chief Financial Officer

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  • Michael Metelski

    Director of Technology

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  • Kelly Moulton, RN

    Director of Health Center

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  • Hilary Rehder

    Director of Communications

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  • Dr. Angelee Reiner, MD, FAAP

    Pediatric Associates Medical Group; Chair of Pediatrics at Providence Cedars Sinai

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  • Rebecca Rowland

    Human Resources Director

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  • John Rue

    Executive Director, Campbell Scholars Program; Director of Special Projects

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  • Juan Velazquez

    Director of Athletics

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  • Jan Weiss

    Director of Childcare and After-School Programs
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